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bird-dog

1. To become romantically involved with someone else's significant other, especially when done by a man. I can't believe that guy bird-dogged me and stole my girlfriend!
2. To pay close, usually unwelcome, attention to someone else. Would you quit bird-dogging me and let me work in peace?

bird-dog

1. tv. to take away another man’s girlfriend. Why’d you have to go and bird-dog me, your best buddy?
2. tv. to supervise someone; to tail someone. Marlowe knew somebody was bird-dogging him, but he was too smart to show it.
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The post-hoc tests with Bonferroni correction revealed that for left IO, right mulitifudus, and left mulitifudus muscles, muscle activation in the bird-dog position was higher than that of the other two exercises, while left TrA muscle activation was higher in left leg extension than in right arm extension.
On the other hand, the amplitudes of these muscles for the bird-dog position were significantly higher than those recorded for right arm extension.
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